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Se7en is my favorite movie of all time. Fincher did an incredible job as a director. The movie is dark, thrilling, unpredictable and brutal. But today I noticed.


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[Spoilers] A question about the ending of Se7en (). spoiler. Okay, so we know the seven death sins are gluttony, greed, sloth, lust, pride, envy and wrath.


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But we never do, and Se7en works exactly because of this. Great scenes like the dinner scene at Mills' apartment or the diner scene with Tracy and Somerset.


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That scene in the movie Se7en where Brad Pitt gets all frustrated in the car and starts cursing while throwing the book around? lol and then some guy.


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I just finished watching the David Fincher film "Se7en" with Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman and The ENTIRE movie I was ready for Morgan Freeman to be​.


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Ugh, I really hate how eager my mind is to fill in the blanks. I think Seven is a great movie, but I fast forward through the Lust kill, every time.


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Major spoilers from other movies below to give examples of twists -, but there is nothing that I remember in se7en that could be considered a "twist", so I'd really.


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I watched Se7en for the first time today, I was completely blind going in.. Spoilers. nsfw. The only thing I knew was that Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman were in it.


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Se7en's ending is more than just the bad guy winning. Like Rashomon, it sticks out in your mind because there is no solution. Brad Pitt faces a.


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Se7en's ending is more than just the bad guy winning. Like Rashomon, it sticks out in your mind because there is no solution. Brad Pitt faces a.


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He didn't die, but the doctors said that his brain had turned to mush, and something a simple as exposing him to sunlight might be too much for him. He's in some really big movies in very very small roles. However, one film I can only watch once is the Last House On The Left remake, the rape scene bothered me too much because the victim looks like a family member and the whole thing is just unsettling to boot. He screams at the officers there to get it off of him. I could go for some K Fried C now, finger lickin' good. Not sure if you saw it, but you can semi-fulfill that desire if you watch Killing Them Softly. He plays the strung-out weirdo really well. After all that time, he is still alive. Never need to see it again, but I can still appreciate how good it is. His name is Leland Orser and I'm always excited when I see him around in small er roles. Yeah I'm not sure what that meant either, now that I think about it. None of them really got off easy. Twas the butler! I can't stand him in any other movies because all I can think of is his role in Seven, and I am well aware that he's a really good actor. And now they are releasing the female version of it. Oh ok, I was sure he had it on then but it's been a while since I've last watched the movie, and that scene in particular. Was amazed looking at his filmography. He's also the dad in The Guest. Fincher and Pitt are 2 funny dudes. Mentally his brain deteriorated as a result of the malnourishment.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Its not as obviously messed up as scenes in Se7en or Hard Candy but I do know that the Chicken Drumstick scene is VERY hard to watch for some people and a lot of critics thought it should have never been in it. The other day I read a post where the poster said that they can't rewatch Killer Joe because it was so disturbing. I mean come on, that film is hilarious and not even remotely disturbing. I feel a lot of people got tied up in the very overt political commentary and forgot that it's actually a pretty cool movie. The Sloth victim was known to be a criminal. I think Hard Candy resonated in a different way in its "greatness" or whatever it did cinematically to make it on the list. Obviously it's way too early to assume anything, but having my favorite film director direct a sequel to a shit movie just doesn't excite me. A year man. I notice him from time to time. Click 'spoiler' after posting something to give it a spoiler tag! Then you clearly don't remember the lust victim. He gets brad Pitt to kill him. Most know him most notably from the Taken movies since I've seen them far too many times. That is such an underrated movie imo. Ask yourself, who would you put a bullet into - the guy who did the thing with the knife schlong or the sloth man? He's still wearing it, but you don't see it. He may have been drugged during the time, but the comic is hard to remember. That's what's up. I thought that scene was funny, but that's just me. Incredible imagination behind that movie. The actor in that scene, Leland Orser, is one dedicated guy. Single gsw. Or is he just wearing a knife dildo. They have a comic book series that details each crime. I can't remember, it's been a while since I saw it. I've seen that film 3 times, once alone, once only till halfway with a then girlfriend and once with some mates. It had been removed by then. Here he is in an AMA explaining his preparation for the interrogation scene. If you were, by chance, referring to the recipient of the lust mechanism - they're dead. John Doe calls him a dug dealing pederast during the ride out to the desert. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Our Full Rules and Wiki. Se7en - The Sloth Victim: A worse fate then all the saw traps combined in my opinion youtube. The doctor said he has hell to look forward to. They didn't. Disturbing, unsettling and way too real. But I would go nuts after staring at that same sealing for an hour. Doesn't the father end up not actually being her father? Rewatch it with the director's commentary on. But only just enough to technically still be alive. I'm dying to know what he can do with a Nolan level budget. Seeing the poor guy sit in the interrogation room with the sheet around his shoulders and the knife dildo still on him, you realize how big it is and how much terrible damage something like that would do. He was kept bound to the bed for a year. Ugh, I really hate how eager my mind is to fill in the blanks. It was established earlier that Victor, aka Sloth, was guilty of this. He had a great scene in Saving Private Ryan as a pilot who recounts the story of how his plane crashed to Captian Miller's company. I dug it a lot more than other people seemed to. I've seen pieces, like through posts like this one, but I never sat down to watch it because I had the ending spoiled for me. Throughout the film, I think it's intention for the audience to hate and loath the "Antagonist" of the film but by the end it leaves it for debate whether the duration of the events and experiences that the antagonist went through were justified, usually matters such as those which make up the plot of the film fall under black and white on the moral spectrum, if you commit certain acts, you should have certain consequences, but the film touched a bit in the grey area and I think that's why it made it on the list. The post will then be hidden like this. I don't think it was shit at all. Whatever they went through was terrible but practically an instant when compared to mr. He sexually assaulted a minor, and committed assault. Except envy, John Doe himself. I'll take your word for it, because I don't care enough to be right or wrong on the internet to double check that fucking scene, haha. I like my room. He was basically wearing a strap-on with a large knife mounted on top of it, and the was forced at gunpoint to fuck a prostitute with it. He was kept alive through an IV, and the killer would occasionally clean up the waste in his room. I was actually unsure at first by how brutal that sounded but yeah. I must be messed up, I saw a YT video about the top 10 great films you can only watch once, Hard Candy, Schindler's List and I think Se7en were on the list and I can watch them repeatedly. He was tied to a bed in a dark room for a full year, unable to go anywhere or do anything. Tied to a bed and tortured with your own addiction. I've actually never watched it. Fincher can only make it better, and I don't think he'd do it if he wasn't excited about the ideas they have. His actions were motivated by envy, so I could see that. I have a tough time watching a movie when I know where it's headed :. Wait so is it like the knife dildo went in his arse and came out the other side or something? It's my lair. Personally from what I witnessed with varying audiences is not so much the narrative but the morality of it that had some audiences questioning their own afterwards. A nice contrast to all the bleakness on screen. Scoot and Ben are in it as strung-out weirdo's, and they are amazing together. He was talking about the interrogation room. That was at the crime scene. The disturbing content doesn't bother me from films like these, instead I get the enjoyment of what great films they are in their own respect: acting, story, cinematography, score, etc. But the sloth victim was But he lives. Yeah I realized that while typing it. I never knew if that meant he had more surgeries and pain, or if the Doctor believes in the sins and is just saying he will be condemned to hell because he committed the mortal sin of sloth. I don't even think he was on screen for more than 10 minutes but that was one of my absolute favorite performances in any film. I'm just glad the film dedicated so little time to that one.